My loved ones know I am fashion-impaired. I can try to justify it however I want: I'm too busy to think about clothes and hair and makeup. I am living on a limited budget. I'm a little OCD/body dysmorphic/self-conscious/shy.
Terrifying truth be told, I wore the same pair of jeans almost all winter last year, until a snaggy patch split the butt wide open (at which point I simply started wearing leggings underneath), and this spring and summer I've been wearing a pair of my boyfriend's shorts at least every other day.
Nevertheless, what Kohl's is trying to convince me is attractive and appropriate fashion for women is clearly a big fat lie. Case in point at left.